Young Adults at Cornerstone Chapel seeks to give young adults (18-29) a place to learn about God, grow in their faith, and build relationships.
On Monday Pastor Tyler talked the testing of our faith. Abraham’s faith was tested and grew. But the testing of our faith doesn’t always feel great. Despite our emotions, God and his promises stay the same and are good!
A faith that is not tested is a faith that cannot be trusted. As part of our spiritual maturity, we as Christians are told to grow in our faith and the most important part of our growth is times of testing from the Lord. We see this in the example of Abraham in Genesis 22 – a reminder to us to trust in God during the test.
Tonight at 7:30pm in the Chapel, young adults will meet for a time of worship, teaching, and fellowship! We will see you all tonight as we continue in the book of Romans!
To sanctify something means to set it a part for a specific, unique purpose. Paul says now that we are in Christ, we have been set apart from the world and set apart for the purposes of God. In other words, we belong to God, therefore our behavior and actions should reflect that. Paul says that we’re no longer slaves to sin, but slaves to righteousness; therefore, our lives, how we walk and talk, should reflect whose we are. Be both encouraged and challenged by today’s Bible study in Romans 6-8.
Back in Romans! Bring your Bibles, notebooks, and a heart ready to hear from the Lord tonight. Can’t wait to see you!🙏🏼
7:30pm • Chapel
Still in awe of what God did Monday night! Praise the Lord for those who came forward and accepted Christ as their Lord and Savior!!! To God be the glory.
Don’t forget to join us every Monday night at 7:30 as we continue to make our way through the book of Romans.
“Yet God, in his grace, freely makes us right in His sight. He did this through Jesus Christ when He freed us from the penalty for our sins.” Romans 3:24
“Therefore, since we have been justified through faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ.” Romans 5:1
“Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.” Romans 8:1
“Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.” Romans 10:13
Last week we talked about the bad news – we’re all sinners, we don’t meet God’s perfect standard required for heaven, and we’re subject to God’s righteous judgement and eternal punishment, but thankfully it doesn’t end there! In today’s study, we talk about the GOOD NEWS - that there is hope for sinners to be saved from experiencing God’s wrath. How do we attain this hope? What do we need to do? Open your Bible to the book of Romans and lets find out together.
Young adults are invited to join us tonight at 7:30pm in the Chapel for a time of fellowship, worship, and teaching! Hope to see you there!
I’ve got some good news and I’ve got some bad news. What would you like to hear first? Paul presents this question to the church at Rome and chooses to give them the bad news upfront so that they can fully appreciate the glorious good news! This bad news affects us all, we are all subject to it, and are in danger of dying in it. What is this bad news? Join our Bible study today to find out.
Continuing our ROMANS series tonight! Invite a friend and we’ll see you out at 7:30pm!
Also don’t forget to sign up for our Super Bowl Party on February 2 - see the link in bio.
Nearly 2,000 years ago, a man named Paul wrote a letter to a church in Rome – the largest city of the known world at that time. This letter would spread beyond the walls of that church and go on to change the course of history through men like Martin Luther and John Wesley. But why exactly did Paul write this letter, how has it carried so much power with it throughout the centuries, and does it still have relevancy for us today?
Young adults! Join us on Sunday, February 2, at 6pm to watch the Super Bowl with friends while eating from the chili bar! Sign up using the link in our bio!
All young adults are welcome to come join us for a Bible study through the book of Romans starting tonight at 7:30pm in the Chapel! There will be fellowship, worship, and teaching. See you tonight!
In Mark 2, Jesus gives 2 illustrations to communicate one message - that He came to do something NEW. But just as the process of making new wine comes through a process of crushing and pressing grapes, sometimes the Lord may use pressing circumstances in our lives to bring about the “new wine” He desires for us. Allow the Lord to do a fresh, new work in your life by fully surrendering to Him today and this new year.
To listen to last Monday’s message entitled “New Wine,” subscribe to our podcast or see the link in bio to watch.
See you tomorrow night!
In this passage, Jesus gives two illustrations to communicate one message – that He came to do something NEW. He didn’t come to patch up an old system, but He came to bring a New Covenant. Jesus doesn’t want to patch up your old life or your bad habits, He wants to do a completely NEW work in your life. But just like the process of making new wine comes through a process of crushing and pressing grapes, sometimes the Lord may use pressing circumstances in our lives to bring about the “new wine” He desires for us. Be encouraged by today’s message.
2019 was such a GREAT year at Young Adults!! Here’s some pics recapping all the awesome events we had this year. We’re all about community, and it’s amazing to see God do His work in and through all of us! Here’s to another great year!
“Not to us, O Lord, not to us but to your name be the glory, because of your love and faithfulness.” - Psalm 115:1
WE’RE BACK! First Young Adults of 2020! Invite a friend and join us at 7:30 for worship, Bible study and communion.
NO YOUNG ADULTS TONIGHT! We are meeting tomorrow for our New Years Eve Celebration!! If you haven’t yet, REGISTER online by clicking the link in our bio. Party starts at 8pm, $10, gonna be LOTS of food and games!!
YA New Years Eve Party is a week away!! Come dressed and ready for the 1920’s. Must register! Sign up in bio. Sorry #jonathandinovo for almost murdering you for this promo.
Reminder, No YA tonight. Join us for Christmas at Cornerstone! We have 2 services tonight at 5 & 7pm.
We’ve got 20/20 vision👀as we’re eyeing the countdown to 2020! Come celebrate with us!!
Our theme is the 1920’s. Come dressed up as if you were in the ‘20’s to celebrate the last century!
Tuesday night, Dec 31 at 8pm in the Cafe, we’ll celebrate and countdown to the New Year together with food and games. Cost is $10. Sign up today with the link in bio or online at cornerstonechapel.net.
See you there!
“Thank God! Once you were slaves of sin, but now you wholeheartedly obey this teaching we have given you. Now you are FREE from your slavery to sin, and you have become slaves to righteous living”
#ccyanightofworship @ Tally Ho Theater
WOW. What a night last night. We want to thank all our volunteers and staff members who came together to help make this happen! It was such an amazing time of lifting His name in praise and we saw God at work in that place! Merry Christmas and to God be all the glory!
• “We know that our old sinful selves were crucified with Christ so that sin might lose its power in our lives. We are no longer slaves to sin” Romans 6:6
T O N I G H T • TALLY HO THEATER • doors open at 7pm... absolutely free!! Bring a friend and we’ll see you soon!
Encouragement for your Saturday.
To listen to last Monday’s message “God’s Word & The Cycle of Sin,” check the link in bio.
Pastor Gary Hamrick joins this episode of Tough Topics to help answer the question - “Is it possible for one to be both a Christian and Pro-Choice when it comes to the issue of abortion?”
In the Old Testament, God spoke to His people through His prophets; warning them of the consequences of sin and rebellion. How does God speak to us today? How are we to avoid falling in the same cycle of sin as the Israelites? Join us in Judges 6.
All young adults are invited to come out tonight at 7:30pm in the Chapel! We will have a time of fellowship, worship, and teaching!
On this episode, we’re talking about Christians and recreational drugs. What does the Bible have to say?
Could you use more patience in your life? More patience in your specific circumstance? More patience with people? More patience in your singleness or in your job search? James exhorts believers in his epistle to be patient in the midst of suffering because Jesus is returning soon! Patience is a discipline that won’t come easily or naturally, but the Bible commands us to clothe ourselves with patience. Join our Bible study as we learn the discipline of patience in daily life.
Tonight at 7:30pm in the Chapel all young adults are invited for a time of worship, teaching, and fellowship! Hope to see you there!
FRIENDSGIVING!! What a great night yesterday! We stuffed our faces with so much food. Thanks for coming out and we hope you have a great Thanksgiving with your family this week! 🍗🥧🍽🎉 @ Cornerstone Chapel
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TOUGH TOPICS - Episode 2 is available to watch now! In today's episode Pastor Austin tackles the question "Is it okay for a Christian to date a non-Christian?" Check it out! 👇
The topic of the Holy Spirit can be one of great controversy. Some put an unhealthy emphasis on the Holy Spirit and the gifts of the Spirit, while other churches seldom talk about the Holy Spirit. The Bible has a lot to say about the Holy Spirit and His role in the life of the believer. Lets dive in to Acts 1 and talk about who the Holy Spirit is and how to be filled with His power.
FRIENDSGIVING is less than a week away! Are you signed up?
Event starts at 6:30pm!
Link in bio to register or go to cornerstonechapel.net.
All young adults are welcome to come tonight for a time of worship, teaching and fellowship! We will see you at 7:30pm in the Chapel!
Young Adults NIGHT OF WORSHIP round 2 comin at ya!!!!
We have too much fun at our NOW in July, we figured there’s no better way to spend Christmas break than getting together with friends at @tallyhotheatre for a Night of Worship!
Join us Monday, December 16 at 7:30pm in Downtown Leesburg for worship, Christmas carols, dessert, fellowship, and more.
Free event. Spread the word. Doors open at 7pm. See you there🤙🏻 @ Tally Ho Theater
On this first episode of Tough Topics, Pastor Austin answers the question, “How do I share the Gospel with the LGBTQ community?” To get your tough question answered, DM us on Instagram or text them in to 94090.
FRIENDSGIVING IS HERE! On this episode of the A+J Cooking Show: Pastor Austin and Jonathan, along with side-dish specialist Nathan Bittner, attempt to prepare the Friendsgiving Feast.
Thankfully, Cracker Barrel is catering the event! Invite a friend, and come hungry and ready to enjoy great fellowship over a Thanksgiving Meal, along with worship, a devotional, and dessert.
*THE EVENT BEGINS AT 6:30PM* on Monday, November 25. Cost is $12. Sign up now at the link in our bio! Or visit cornerstonechapel.net
See you there!
Loving others, and being supremely devoted and submitted to Christ are all marks of a true disciple of Jesus. These marks may be easier to hide; however, the most public mark of being a true disciple is the call and command from Christ to go and make more. Evangelism and sharing our faith can be scary and intimidating, yet Jesus calls us to spread His good news to every nation. Using the acronym S.A.L.T., Pastor Austin takes us through helpful ways to share our faith, as this should be an important mark of a disciple of Christ.
Young adults, we will be meeting tonight at 7:30pm in the chapel! There will be fantastic worship, wonderful teaching, and great fellowship! Hope to see you there!
You may love others, the first mark of a disciple of Jesus. You may be supremely devoted to Him, the second mark. But have you learned what it means to fully and completely submit to His ways, His will, and His Word? Becoming a devoted follower of Christ is like an intense training process. Are you willing to submit to God’s process in making you more like His Son, Jesus?
All young adults are invited to join us for worship, teaching, and fellowship tonight at 7:30pm in the Chapel! We will continue in our study of what is means to be a Disciple of Jesus! Hope to see you there!
We are on week 2 of our Disciple sermon series. This week we studied Luke 14:25-33 and what it means to have supreme devotion to Jesus.
Our Young Adults, ages 18-29, play an important role here at Cornerstone Chapel! Our hope is that they will build lasting relationships with Christ and each other as they grow, learn, and serve together. Join us for worship, teaching, and fellowship as we meet weekly on Monday evenings! We meet in the Chapel for worship and teaching and the Cafe is open after for a chance to meet some new friends and enjoy a coffee! No childcare provided. Invite your friends and hang out with us every Monday!
Services are held in the Chapel (Enter through the West Entrance) September–May. In June–August, services are held outside in the Courtyard, weather permitting.
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We are becoming followers of Jesus-One with God and each other-Ministers to all the world.
Mission trip dates are April 1to April 10, 2020. Call CHS and ask for Pastor John 703 726 0777. Must be 13+ to go. Ask for rules) cost is $1,600.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Loudoun is a liberal religious community located in Leesburg, VA.
A community in Christ, welcoming, serving, and uplifting all, joining generations to reveal God’s love. You belong!
Pure Fashion is an international faith based program designed for girls 14-18 to help young women re-discover and re-affirm their innate value and authentic femininity.
Jueves: Reuniones Familiares
Evergreen Christian Preschool exists to help children experience God’s love for them, and to grow in their ability to love God and others.
We are an active chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, a nationally-known organization dedicated to encouraging young Christians in their walks with the Lord through the outlets of sports and competition.
Destiny Church meets Sundays at 10am for a 1 hour worship experience at 37 Catoctin Circle Leesburg, VA 20175. www.destinychurch.info
Helping those in the Leesburg ward come together!